Abstract Accepted to ISBPAC 2018 Bilingual Processing Symposium

Elise Hopman and Maryellen MacDonald‘s abstract “Language production practice improves comprehension performance on grammatical dependencies in early L2 learning” was accepted to ISBPAC 2018 (the International Symposium on Bilingual Processing in Adults and Children). They will present this work in a talk in Braunschweig, Germany, May 24-25 2018. The talk will present data on a new condition that mixes production and comprehension training, in the context of  earlier work showing that production practice during language learning improves learning compared to comprehension practice.

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